Mystery pooper during NJ high school’s lane incited out to be superintendent, cops say

May 3, 2018 - School Uniform

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The Kenilworth school superintendent charged Monday with defecating in open was hold in a act during a Holmdel High School football margin and lane after notice was set adult due to tellurian feces being found “on a daily basis,” military said.

Thomas Tramaglini, 42, lives about 3 miles from Holmdel High School in adjacent Aberdeen. He was using during a lane on the athletic fields during 5:50 a.m. before he was arrested.

Track coaches and staff during Holmdel High School told a district’s apparatus officer that they found tellurian feces on or nearby a football margin and lane daily, Holmdel military pronounced in a matter Thursday. 

School employees began monitoring a area and on Monday military arrested Tramaglini during 5:50 a.m., according to Sgt. Theodore Sigismondi.

Tramaglini is also charged with desire and littering. He is due in metropolitan justice in Holmdel during 8:15 a.m. Monday to answer a charges. 

Tramaglini has taken a paid leave of deficiency from his $147,504 a year pursuit in Kenilworth. Leave can usually be delinquent if a chairman is indicted or faces reign charged, a district said, citing state law. 

Tramaglini replaced Superintendent Scott Taylor who quiescent in Aug 2015. Tramaglini formerly served as Chief Academic Officer in Keansburg and also hold positions in Plumsted and Freehold Borough.

Tramaglini is also a part-time lecturer for a Rutgers Graduate School of Education, according to open records. A Rutgers orator didn’t immediately criticism on a charges. 

No one answered a doorway during Tramaglini’s home on Thursday. 

NJ Advance Media staff author Jeff Goldman contributed to this report. 

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